Predictions Anyone?

I do a lot of rambling here on Thursdays, but I’m not going to bury the lead today. I’ll cut to the chase and tell you I’m picking Alabama to win. I think it will be close. I think Ole

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Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Thursday morning … I often work with the Finebaum Show as background noise. It was interesting Wednesday to hear a caller from Tennessee complain about the lack of coverage this week devoted to the Florida-Tennessee

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Video Blog: Freeze talks practice, No. 1 Alabama

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen There is just one more practice left in the week before the Ole Miss Rebels meet the Alabama Crimson Tide Saturday in Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze said his team was upbeat about

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SEC Teleconference Week 6: Freeze talks Alabama

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Independence is the town that Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze calls home. He grew up loving the Rebels, and following the Mississippi State Bulldogs enough to know what they were doing each week. Freeze understands

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Rebels hope run game improvement carries over to Alabama

Listen around to any of the analysis on this Ole Miss-Alabama game, and much of it centers on the Rebels’ ability to run the football. You hear it so much it sounds cliche, but you have to run the ball

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New perspective

From the Mother Ship, Denzel Nkemdiche has a new outlook on his football life. He says the change in attitude came about when he was running and lifting alone at 5:30 a.m. during spring drills. Nkemdiche’s attitude

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … Ole Miss first baseman Sikes Orvis looks like he’s pumped up for fall baseball. Scrimmages Friday and Sunday this weekend. … Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper says he’s not listening to Heisman

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Freeze talks Tuesday practice

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Backing up Elston

In the absence of Anthony Alford freshman C.J. Moore and sophomore David Kamara were getting equal attention when the game plan was being installed and equal reps in 11-on-11 work against the scout team. If Trae Elston, the starting rover,

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Alford leaves Rebels to play pro baseball

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Anthony Alford, the back-up punt returner and safety, has decided to leave the No. 11 Ole Miss Rebels days before their matchup with No. 1 Alabama. Less than a day after being asked about Alford’s

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The effect of absence

The solitude of suspension gave Denzel Nkemdiche time to think. He concluded that the football career he had was worth salvaging and doing so would require a change in attitude. The older Nkemdiche talks about his suspension and how he

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Freeze wants to enjoy Alabama week

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze told us yesterday that he did not enjoy the week of preparation for the Memphis game. It was noticeable. Freeze bristled at questions that had to do with the week ahead — this week —

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